Download Nursing Spectrum Drug Handbook 2010, Fifth Edition by Patricia Schull PDF

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By Patricia Schull

Released in cooperation with the world's number 1 nursing periodical Nursing Spectrum Drug instruction manual can provide what nurses from around the globe stated they sought after such a lot in this kind of ebook: ease of use and a powerful emphasis on sufferer protection. As handy because it is thorough, the instruction manual allows nurses to hold crucial drug details round with them anyplace they move.

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Do not give doses greater than 100 g. Children: 1 to 2 g/kg or 25 to 50 g charcoal. The use of repeated oral charcoal with sorbitol doses is not recommended. 2010 Nursing Spectrum Drug Handbook Photogallery of common tablets and capsules This special section helps you identify unlabeled drugs that patients bring from home. It can also serve as a visual aid for patients who can’t recall the names of the drugs they’re taking. ) Drugs are shown alphabetically by generic name; corresponding trade names also appear.

Angiography ● PCI (angioplasty +/- stent) Fibrinolytic therapy chosen: ● alteplase or ● reteplase or ● tenecteplase Goal: Door-to-drug within 30 minutes KEY ACE: angiotensin-converting enzyme AMI: acute myocardial infarction If signs of cardiogenic shock, PCI is treatment of choice. ● If PCI not available, use fibrinolytics (if no contraindications). ● Primary PCI chosen: ● Door-to-balloon inflation within 90 minutes ● Experienced operators ● High-volume medical center ● Cardiac surgical capability APSAC: anisoylated plasminogen streptokinase activator complex LBBB: left bundle-branch block PCI: percutaneous coronary intervention Safe drug administration Immediate general treatment: Oxygen at 4 L/minute ● Aspirin 160 to 325 mg (may be given by EMS).

Administration Wash your hands and don gloves and gown. If spraying, splashing, or aerosolization is anticipated, wear a face shield or goggles. ● Visually examine the drug dose while it’s still in the transport bag. If it appears intact, remove it from the bag. ● Place an absorbent pad on the work or administration area to contain spills or contamination. ● Oral (noninjectable or nonparenteral) administration ● Oral hazardous drugs should be dispensed in the final dosage and form whenever possible.

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